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I liked the characters, yet had a problem with the ease in which the secondary characters viewed their sexual relations with one of the characters. But that is my views, and I just couldn’t understand how there was no signs of jealousy. But then Mae didn’t either, so I guess I wasn’t alone.
I wasn’t a fan of the writing style at times. The way the two main characters would think “their thoughts”. It just threw me off. But not enough to keep me from enjoying the book. I also had no sense of being in Ireland. If the characters had not mentioned it a few time, I would have guess the English countryside, or America. But that is me, and sometimes I tend to nitpick.
Overall it was a fun, interesting read, and I would recommend it to others. I know I will be reading more of the books in this series to find out what happens next.
That being said, potential is not enough.
I really felt no emotional involvement for the characters. I found them all superficial at best.
There were so many inconsistencies I drove myself crazy trying to guess what would happen next and being let down when things were forgotten.
Like in the beginning Aidan had feelings for Mae, leading me to believe in a really cliche love triangle. Instead it was never mentioned again as the story moved one.
Vampires and Fairies aren't able to have children unless it's with a human. Why isn't anyone interested in how both races were able to reproduce with each other? Twice! First with Mae, and them Mae and Beck's future children? While it was mentioned that it had never happened before, you think there would have been more medical tests and explanations for the characters and the readers. Instead it was quickly forgotten.
Last, I noted at least 16 mistakes in writing and technical errors. All blaring and frustrating enough I'm surprised I read it to the end. As a writer, and OCD about grammar, punctuation and word usage, how could this be pushed through to publish? My favorite being the mistake of irradiated and radiating.
So if you like simple, poor writing, caddy, superficial characters, and laced with magical fun and potential, I'm sure this is the book for you.
There are witches in this world. And vampires. Surprisingly, neither the heroine nor her best friend have any problems with this news. They don't doubt their ears, believe they are being played for fools, or doubt the sanity of the person delivering the news. This "acceptance" is a running thread throughout the book. Oddities keep popping up, but no one really seems to be bothered by it all. Surely this many people can't be brain dead? Perhaps this is just her heavy-handed method of foreshadowing.
One of the problems I have with her writing style is that she uses quotes to indicate when someone is thinking instead of italics. Thus, it is often hard to figure out what is going on until you are at the bottom of the paragraph. Additionally, while she did some research on computer technology, she would have done far better to have recorded IT guys in their natural habitat. None of it sounded plausible.
I'm giving it two stars because it is an actual book, that follows a formulaic pattern set out by a well known publisher. It's a simplistic, easy read for someone who wants a little romance but isn't keen on today's style of overly descriptive love scenes.
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Dialogue is stilted. Irl, people use contractions. Personal pronouns matter!Read more